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  1. bodhi.cal

    WIFI card sees but cannot connect to network

    Thanks for the comments. I had done the ndiswrapper item before. Nothing solved this. This laptop gets limited use, so let's stop here. Again thanks for your help.
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    WIFI card sees but cannot connect to network

    <-sef> Thanks Now that you mention ndiswrapper, I did that a few years ago when I installed Bodhi 3. I believe the pcmcia card worked after I installed Bodhi 4, so I must have done that again with the later install. The other link seems very familiar to me. I will repeat those steps tomorrow. If it does not work, then its time to let my 14 years old laptop stay hitched up to an ethernet cable. Cal
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    WIFI card sees but cannot connect to network

    I used the Windows Wireless Drivers - Network Connections that must have been downloaded from Synaptic. I added a WIFI item and then edited it WIFI - Added the SSID - Mode is Client - Device and MTU were not changed - BSSID and Cloned MAC Address remained blanked out. WIFI Security - Security is WPA & WPA2 Personal ( the moden is an ARRIS NVG589 which is supposed to use WPA) - Password is the password on the new modem. ( FYI, this is the 5th pc that I tried to link to the new modem. The other 4, including 2 linux pcs worked flawlessly the first time. IPv4 Settings - Method is Automatic (DHCP) - Everything else is blank. IPv6 Settings - Method is Automatic - IPv6 privacy extensions is Disabled - All else is blank Hopefully this helps.
  4. I upgraded my internet modem from one that used WEP security to WPA security. One computer, a Compaq 2108 running Bodhi 4.0 - Legacy. (I also have two laptops (that use a pcmcia wifi card running Lubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 14.04, both of which are properly functioning today) and it connected immediately after I typed in the Password. I continue to use a Trendnet TEW-421PC pcmcia card. This computer sees my network with 5 full bars of receive strength. But, I cannot connect to the network. When I go into "Edit Connections" for the network connections, I have put in the proper SSID and password. I saved this passwork and edited this editor. When I click on my network, a new window appears - Wifi Network Authentication Required. The default authentication type is "Tunneled TLS". I have never seen this new window before. I am not a technie and this new screen makes no sense to me. Thanks for any thoughts / directions that you have for me.
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